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The diocese of Paris has disapproved of this initiative where "all the readings was made by women"God - The diocese of Paris has disapproved of this initiative where "all the readings were done by women"
A Mass "", organized last Sunday at by a parish group favorable to a better inclusion of women in the , A Aroused controversy, the diocese of the capital disapproving this initiative. The group , welcomed since its birth in 2020 in the parish Saint-Pierre de Montrouge (14th) explained Thursday, in a statement, having wanted to "give more visibility to women in the liturgy".
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"Mass Inclusive, where women can finally celebrate God.E around the altar and service of the word", could we read on the Poster calling members of his network to participate. During this mass - which took place "in a private chapel" of the 6th arrondissement, in front of forty people, according to two members of the collective interviewed by AFP -, "all the readings was made by women" , "A commentary of the Gospel has been said by a theologian" and "the Eucharist has been celebrated by a priest", outside the parish, which is "in accordance with the canon law".Tailled in traditionalists
This event sparked "a wave of hatred on social networks, organized by groups close to the traditionalist movement," says "Church feminism". According to the group, these reactions show that "unfortunately, reflection around the place of women in the church still faces deep resistances."
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The parish priest of Saint-Pierre de Montrouge, Denis Branchu, has since put an end to his relations with the group, arguing that he had not been informed and regretting that the parish logo was used On the poster. "I am to help everyone find his place. But I do not think it's by provocation or the transgression that we do things go forward, "he told AFP."Voices different"
According to him, "the Gospel must be read by a priest or a deacon, not for machinous reasons but for theological reasons": "Only someone who has been consecrated proclaims the Gospel". In a statement, the diocese of Paris regretted a mass organized "without prior information and without the assistance of the diocese" or the parish. An "initiative that serves unity and communion".
The collective retorts have been transparent in its approach. According to one of its members, "this reveals that the institution is more prompt to yield to the pressure of traditionalists than to listen to different voices".
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